MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
In Moscow, in the Hall of Fame of the Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War on Poklonnaya Hill, the students took the pledge and the cadets of the Technical Fire and Rescue College No. 57 named after the Hero of the Russian Federation Vladimir Maksimchuk.
The solemn ceremony was attended by Deputy Head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia Ilya Denisov, Deputy Head of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for Moscow (for the State Fire Service) Yuri Tkachenko, officers of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, representatives of the Volunteer Fire Society, veterans of the emergency department, college management and parents of cadets.
Ilya Denisov congratulated the students and wished them to bear their new title with dignity, study diligently, strictly comply with the requirements and follow the charter.
“Today you have taken the same oath, thus demonstrating your readiness to take the noble but difficult path of serving the Fatherland. I wish you all to pass it with dignity and become generals!” the Deputy Minister said.
Yuri Tkachenko, in turn, wished the children creative success, noting that studying at a college is a great honor and responsibility, so everyone should learn to overcome difficulties, value friendship and confidently go towards their goal.
As noted by the guests invited to the event, all students of the College. V.M. Maksimchuk should be worthy of valiant warriors – heroes of the Great Patriotic War, whose names are carved in gold letters in the Hall of Fame of the Victory Museum. During the years of training, they wished the future officers to cultivate in themselves such qualities as loyalty to duty, patriotism, as well as to acquire new skills and knowledge in order to come to the aid of a person in trouble in any situation.
The event ended with the laying of flowers at the Soldier of Victory monument.
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